McPeak’s Celebrates National Assisted Living Week

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Patchogue, NY— McPeak’s Assisted Living is celebrating National Assisted Living Week® (NALW) and its 2015 theme of “Nourishing Life: Mind, Body, Spirit.” A dedication to the variety of ways in which caregivers care for the whole resident, NALW 2015 aims to provide residents with unique holistic services to nourish their mental, physical and spiritual needs.

 Conversely, the residents enrich the lives of team members and volunteers, with the support of family and friends, by celebrating the incredible lives they’ve led.

To cultivate the mind, body and soul of its residents, McPeak’s is offering a variety of therapies, full-time recreation, exercise, delicious food and attentive staff. The daily schedule ranging from arts, crafts and games to massage and musical therapies is designed to aid to the whole person in the quest for optimal health.

“At McPeak’s Assisted Living, we understand the needs of the elderly go beyond just physical well-being,” says James McPeak, Owner of McPeak’s Assisted Living. “We use a team approach, resident and staff, to address all aspects of their lives through a variety of services to our residents. We’re excited to once again be part of this national program, which does so much to honor the members, families and caregivers at assisted living facilities.”

Established 20 years ago by the National Center for Assisted Living® (NCAL), National Assisted Living Week is an initiative for residents, families, staff, volunteers and the surrounding community to come together through a series of events and activities.

For more information on McPeak’s Assisted Living, call (631) 475-0445 or visit


About McPeak’s Assisted Living

Founded in 1956 by James and Katherine McPeak, both Registered Nurses, McPeak’s is an assisted living facility that provides outstanding service, at reasonable cost, to adults and the elderly based on the philosophy that it is a community responsibility to preserve the health, safety, comfort and general welfare of our elderly and infirm residents.  Residents live in a comfortable homelike setting in a former mansion first built in 1924 that has been updated to include numerous safety features and modern amenities.  Smoke and fire protection systems and a new elevator provide a safe alternative to living alone.  Supervision is handled by a trained staff for 24 hours per day, 365 days per year.  Activities, specialized diets and medication management are also provided.